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Graduates of nursing programs are in high demand in North Dakota and throughout the United States. Bismarck State College collaborates with other state colleges to offer several study options. Students can enter the workforce with a one-year certificate, two-year Associate in Applied Science or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Dakota Nursing Program
This program provides students with basic nursing skills as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), or advanced training as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN).

Degree Plans:
Dakota Nursing ADN AAS - 2014-15
Dakota Nursing PN Certificate - 2014-15
Dakota Nursing ADN AAS - 2013-14
Dakota Nursing PN Certificate - 2013-14
Registered Nurse AAS - 2011-13
Practical Nursing Certificate - 2011-13

Transfer to NDSU Nursing at Sanford Health
This program provides advanced classroom and clinical experience. Graduates receive a bachelor's degree and are eligible to write the National Council of State Boards of Nursing Examination.
Degree Plans:
Nursing Transfer AS - 2014-15
Nursing Transfer AS - 2013-14
Nursing Transfer AS - 2011-13

Nursing Transfer (Other 4 Year Programs)
Students in this program follow a registered nurse curriculum with the goal of transferring to a four-year institution. Curriculum includes core science and general education courses.
Degree Plans:
Sanford College Transfer - 2014-15
Sanford College Transfer - 2013-14
Sanford College Transfer - 2011-13


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